Saigon-Condao Resort

18-24 Ton Duc Thang Str., Vung Tau, Vietnam
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Red light is also insideRed light is also inside

You can't use the pool today!You can't use the pool today!

In Vung Tau are fishes, of course!In Vung Tau are fishes, of course!

A rickshaw. . .A rickshaw. . .

Forum Posts

Lighthouse in Vung Tau

by voyage_lam

has anyone a photoe of this lighthouse? I adore lighthouses, and would really like to have a visit there simply for it, of course, for the jesus statue as well. could anyone enlighten me on the scale/description of the lighthouse?

not that i am discontented, but last time, when we were in Santorini in search of the lighthouse, it was truly an amazing trip on the way there, but the lighthouse was not what we expected. no offence!

any comments are appreciated!

Val

RE: Lighthouse in Vung Tau

by Kudos

lighthouse-not really impressed w/ it myself. about 15 meter structure, white. sorry i was there for the view around it and not the light house itself.

jesus statue is worth the hike up there. one can fit into the fingers but that's generally discouraged because you never know when and if it'll fall off.

no photos, sorry

Re: Lighthouse in Vung Tau

by Ewingjr98

Better late than never... I hope.

I have a few photos of the lighthouse in my tip on Small Mountain.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/15861/1665d5/4/

Joe

Travel Tips for Vung Tau

Language problem

by zuyao

English is till not widely used in Vung Tau except at hotels. When taking a taxi it is always advisable to ask the receptionist to help you write your intended destination in Vietnamese and bring along a hotel card. The taxi drivers here are very obliging and says 'yes' to everything but in actual fact they may not understand where you really want to go!

Bac Dinh - White Villa

by zuyao

The White Villa commands a beautiful view of Vung Tau city and its bay. It was built by a French governor. King Thanh Thai and King Duy Tan were also held here for some years. It is now a museum housing artefacts and items saved from shipwrecks off the coast of Vung Tau.

Entrance fees - VND5,000

The Asian markets just too much! (outside)

by kokoryko

Meet people outside the market! On the streets around the market hall are many vendors, and I photographed some of them. Their life is probably not easy, but they do not complain, they have a sort of feeling for happiness, they laugh and smile, and this is contagious! And close looks show funny scenes, like this lady on the main picture, wearing a base ball cap under her conical hat; the blue on the second picture had this contagious laugh! Look tells the one to the other he is photographing you! (picture 3). Outside the market are also busy drinks vendors having all their shop on wheels (picture 4) and some bikes are just “buried” under the goods (Baskets) they transport (picture 5). Just open your eyes, there is always something to see!

Wonderful Climate

by chadmeek

"The Beach"

Vung Tau was a fairly nice place to visit in October. Took the boat out from HCMC. It was very hot and we spent most days on the beach relaxing. Not a lot of tourism there yet. However, as it is so close to HCMC, it has a lot of potential. We found an excellent restaurant up the beach a ways. It was nice just to sit and relax and enjoy the fantastic food.

"Religion?"

One of the things to do in Vung Tau, besides the beach, was to climb the Jesus mountain. We decided to climb mid-day (the statue itself was closed for lunch). I am not religious....but I did feel quite out of body when I reached the top in 90 plus degree whether. Great view from the top and me and my friend had the place to ourselves (besides one group of, curiously, Chinese tourists). Bring Water!!!!!!!!!!!!

"Fishing with the locals"

We were fortunate enough to meet some of the locals who took us around the town. Besides the great food, there's not much to do in Vung Tau city proper. One day we all went to a stocked fishing pond. Don't worry, they serve you great food even if you don't catch anything (we didn't). More like a restaurant with an activity.

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 Saigon-Condao Resort

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Address: 18-24 Ton Duc Thang Str., Vung Tau, Vietnam